Research at the Department of Chemistry provides a unique learning and research environment with many opportunities for students to develop as independent researchers. Fifteen graduate faculty members provide personal and professional mentoring in an intrinsically collegial, yet challenging research experience. Available resources efficiently support the learning needs and academic ambitions of students with varied backgrounds and interests. The research facilities in the department are among the best in the south eastern U.S. with an excellent selection of well-maintained, state-of-the-art equipment. These facilities, along with an atmosphere that encourages collaboration, allow students and faculty to pursue competitive work at the frontiers of their fields.
Specialty Research Areas
Alternative Energy Sources, Atmospheric Chemistry, Bioanalytical Chemistry, Chromatography, Computational Chemistry, Cell toxicology, Electrochemistry, Electronic Structure Calculation, Energy Harvesting Macromolecules, Environmental Chemistry, Gene Therapy and Gene Manipulation, Hybrid Inorganic-Organic polymers, Inorganic Complexes, Green Chemistry, Laser Spectroscopy, Mass Spectrometry, Nanochemistry, Nuclear magnetic resonance, Organic synthesis, Organometallics, Physical Organic Chemistry, Protein Biochemistry, Separation Methods Development, Structure-Based Drug Design, X-ray Diffraction
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